China Unbound: Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past

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Illustrations
1.1 Wang Tao (1828-97) 24
3.1 Boxer leader Cao Futian on horseback 88
3.2 and 3.3 Images of starvation from the North China famine of the late 1870s 89
3.4 Boxer notice 90
3.5 Bodies floating in the Baihe in Tianjin 92
3.6 Boxer flag 96
3.7 Boxers destroying railway 101
4.1 Report on drought 107
4.2 Rain god 110
4.3 Boxer notice 111
4.4 Boxers setting fire to a church 113
4.5 Boxer leader Zhang Decheng in a sedan chair 114
4.6 Red Lantern 114
4.7 Red Lanterns assist in the siege of the Northern Cathedral in Beijing 115
4.8 Bishop Favier 117
4.9 and 4.10 Anti-Christian posters 120-1
6.1 Goujian 150
6.2 and 6.3 National humiliation pictures 152-3
6.4 Advertisement for Patriotic (Aiguo) cigarettes 158
6.5 Advertisement for Golden Dragon (Jinlong) cigarettes 159
6.6 Guomindang notice of May 27, 1927 161
6.7 Yang Jiachang, “The busy men of May” 162
6.8 Measuring the heat of national humiliation anniversary observance 163
6.9 “NATO: U. S.: Murderers!” 164
8.1 Sapajou, “Making things move. The Boxer with the match: ‘Ah ha! Something’s going to happen now!’” 202
8.2 Cheng Shifa, “Boxers heroically resisting the invading army” 203

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction - China Unbound 1
  • Notes 17
  • Index 221
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